Differences between Ready-to-use Microcement and Traditional

Differences between Ready-to-Use Microcement and Two-Component

The two types of microcement allow to achieve continuous decorative finishes of minimum thickness. And although they may seem similar, they have their differences. We could say that ready-to-use microcement is the evolution of the two-component microcement.

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Ready to Use: the Best Option

One of the main differences is that ready-to-use Microcement does not contain cement so it does not produce shrinkage, cracks, or fissures. With the Ready to use, the professionals of the application get more comfort in the application, without mixing, without proportions, it is simply to open the bottle and apply. A faster application is achieved and with less probability of mistakes. In addition, its applicability is easier than the traditional one because it allows more time to be able to carry out touch-ups. This means that, in addition to professionals, it is the ideal microcement to be applied by people with little experience.

The ready to use can be pigmented in any metric red machine. The color of the ready-to-use microcement applied is more homogeneous. This difference in tone does not occur with texture. It has the same texture as traditional microcement.

Waterproof Microcement

The ready-to-use microcement is waterproof due to its formula based on quartz and resins. It is an ideal product for wet areas, such as shower trays, exteriors and areas in contact with water. In traditional microcement it is necessary to apply the polyurethane layers and make sure that a very good application has been made. Otherwise, the traditional microcement absorbs water as it contains cement and creates stains.

That is why we recommend the use of ready-to-use microcement since all are advantages over the traditional one. Lunik has focused on making the job of applicators easier and will only offer this product, thus avoiding the choice that many manufacturers leave in the hands of the applicator. Meet Lunik and join the microcement of the future.

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